Og Meta Tags WordPress Themes


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Chanda Lear

There is nothing to configure and there is no admin page. By default, it will use standard WordPress data which can to populate the Open Graph. There are very simple and powerful filters which you can use to modify or extend the metadata returned by the plugin. More information below.

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Gerardo Huff

Put a <div> tag at the top of the content area with your text and image within. Then add the CSS style display:none; to the <div>. Now the <div> won’t display on the page, but the meta tags will use this content.

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Shirley Hammer

This is a must have tool for authors and website’s owners. Its purpose is to provide a familiar experience to WordPress users. There is no need for any more editing of the files of your theme or plugins for to add custom meta tags. Just add your ID (the meta key «content» value from your verification code) or/and the URL to the social media profile of the publisher in the field on the plugin page and this plugin will do the rest for you. It will automatically add required meta tags to the head section of your website, without changing any of your theme files and without slowing down your website. This is really useful in case of updating theme or plugins, because your meta tags would never be overwritten. Your meta tags will keep on working, no matter how many times you upgrade or switch your theme and plugins.

How To Add Open Graph Meta Tags To WordPress
Clark Stone

In order for Open Graph to work properly, you need to add a few meta tags to the head section of your HTML document. This is where information about your web page is stored, not visible to users. Each meta tag follows the same format; you assign a “property” a “content” value. After you have done this, various third party services, notably social media platforms, can use this information to display your content in a more meaningful way. Some of these platforms have a proprietary way of collecting this information, like Twitter Cards, but most use Open Graph as a baseline for information. So just by adding a little bit of data about the page a user is on, you can ensure that when your URL is copied and pasted into a social feed, it comes along with a custom image, description and more.

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Inez Sims

A powerful plugin to edit meta tags on all your pages, posts, categories, tags and (public) Custom Post Types from one easy-to-use table. WooCommerce is supported as well. Facebook’s OpenGraph and Twitter Cards are included.

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Ciera Reichert

I found duplicate og meta tags in my source code after facebook didn’t scrap my site correctly. See screenshot. What can I do to solve it?
Themes options did not have any settings do disable it. Using Xone theme from Spab Rice.

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Winnie Townes

This is a must have tool for authors and website’s owners. Its purpose is to provide a familiar experience to WordPress users. There is no need for any more editing of the files of your theme or plugins for to add custom meta tags. Just add your ID (the meta key “content” value from your verification code) or/and the URL to the social media profile of the publisher in the field on the plugin page and this plugin will do the rest for you. It will automatically add required meta tags to the head section of your website, without changing any of your theme files and without slowing down your website. This is really useful in case of updating theme or plugins, because your meta tags would never be overwritten. Your meta tags will keep on working, no matter how many times you upgrade or switch your theme and plugins.

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